After the introduction to Angular 2, the next step is to bring our application to a higher number of users. The smartphones and tablets have changed the manner people access information, delegating the computers to the background.
While being outdated, my last post on aurelia-validation is still one of the most read articles in this blog. Obviously there is a need so I decided to write a follow-up.
Today I'm getting my hands dirty with the recently announced Aurelia 1.0 release and especially its new validation alpha. In this tutorial we are going to create a basic application using the all-new Aurelia-cli and set up form validation with the help of aurelia's validation library.
The shapeless library serves as an excellent foundation for building generic, reusable components. We demonstrate using the types HList and Generic to parse strings into case classes.
Welcome back to this tutorial series about fast prototyping a web application based on REST services. In the previous posts, we created a simple service to implement a survey service that allows to create surveys for certain topics and grouping resources to rate, see LoopBack.io tutorial part 1 and part 2.
It is time for the second part of the series on the LoopBack API framework.